Thank you for the reply. By margin I mean a space between the line and the top of the graph itself.
See the attached image. The plot line is stuck on the top. Almost as if it is the border of the graph area. I see there is a parameter for hmargin is there a similar one for vmargin. I tried that already. or set the y axis as a percent greater than the max value of the points. I don't know the value of the points as it is coming from a third party site.
- All parameter names are case sensitive, you will have to take care, that you use the correct names for them.
- do mean setting plugin parameter via admin-backend or docs of plugin parms?
- what do you mean with "margin" ?
Very nice plugin. It is superior to many, most, of the commercial extensions on the JED. thank you. I used flash charts for years --same. I tried to give a positive review but they seem to think I am on a VPN.
The following is given in a positive spirit and should not be considered criticism.
Please put the Rgraph - plugin parameters on a single page. List style.
the pull down > click system is slick, but a giant time waste. The tabs within tabs makes navigation confusing.
seems some of the parameters are case sensitive. extra keystrokes and loads. "Line" for example.
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